New York Times, Tuesday, February 18, 1997

Author: F. Piscop
Editor: Will Shortz
Fred Piscop
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 40 Missing: {FJQXZ} This is puzzle # 28 for Mr. Piscop. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1997, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Scores for the Maple Leafs : GOALS
6. Heavyweight champ dethroned by Braddock : BAER
10. In this way : THUS
14. Hold, as the attention : RIVET
15. Any of three English rivers : OUSE
16. Wax's opposite : WANE
17. In solitary : ALONE
18. Dressed : CLAD
19. As before, in footnotes : IBID
20. Batman and Robin, e.g. : DYNAMICDUO
22. Evening, informally : NITE
23. G.I. dinner : MRE
24. Kitty ___ : LITTER
26. Where to find Chile powder? : ANDES
29. Vinegar: Prefix : ACETO
31. Statement of belief : CREED
32. Obliquely : SLANTWISE
36. Diamond Head locale : OAHU
37. Kind of mill : GRIST
38. Within: Prefix : ENTO
39. It's about thyme! : SPICERACK
41. Impels : URGES
42. Expunge : ERASE
43. Miniature map : INSET
44. 50's-60's pitcher Don : LARSEN
47. Einstein's birthplace : ULM
48. Declare : AVOW
49. Tinkers-Evers-Chance forte : DOUBLEPLAY
56. New Zealander : KIWI
57. Cartoonist Peter : ARNO
58. Tylenol competitor : ALEVE
59. Mideast carrier : ELAL
60. ___ Hari : MATA
61. Wouk work : NOVEL
62. Beach, basically : SAND
63. Kind of car : SLOT
64. Handle a baton : TWIRL
1. Mortarboard wearer : GRAD
2. Overly smooth : OILY
3. View from Stratford : AVON
4. Horne who sang "Deed I Do" : LENA
5. Restrained, as a flow : STEMMED
6. Game with wooden balls : BOCCE
7. "___ Lang Syne" : AULD
8. Jacob's twin : ESAU
9. Aromatic : REDOLENT
10. Prominent Manhattan sight : TWINTOWERS
11. Equestrian's garb : HABIT
12. Bring together : UNITE
13. Jewish feast : SEDER
21. Apr. payee : IRS
25. Communications corp. : ITT
26. Give ___ (care) : ARAP
27. Royal Crown Cola brand : NEHI
28. Condition in kids' card games : DEUCESWILD
29. ___ B. Toklas : ALICE
30. Amontillado holder : CASK
31. Subjects for Barron's: Abbr. : COS
32. Sp. ladies : SRAS
33. "Picnic" writer : INGE
34. Manuscript mark : STET
35. Dawn goddess : EOS
37. Sporty Pontiacs : GRANDAMS
40. Palindromic preposition : ERE
41. Not intentional : UNMEANT
43. "Well, ___ be!" : ILL
44. Aral and Caspian Seas, really : LAKES
45. Spanish tourist center : AVILA
46. "Laugh-In" co-host : ROWAN
47. W.W. II predator : UBOAT
50. Kind of thermometer : ORAL
51. Biblical preposition : UNTO
52. Farm need : PLOW
53. ___ Strauss jeans : LEVI
54. Swear : AVER
55. "Gimme a C...!" is one : YELL

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